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File No. 216. Gravity anomaly: The boring is located about 5 km. SW of the centre of residual gravity maximum " 3 7 " and near the northeastern flank of residual gravity minimum " V " , Fjerritslev. Seismic survey: Reflection. A closed structure of anticlinal type. Possibility of complex faulting along the NE-SW trending crest and in transverse directions. The reflection horizon near the base of the Upper Cretaceous indicates possibility of two minor closed areas along the crest. The well is placed near the southwestern centre on the suggested downthrown side of the NE-SW trending fault.
J . F . F . L. Micropaleontologist: A . N . Schlumberger interpreters: J . A . N . S. Grindsted No. U. File No. 123. Gravity anomaly: Close to the highest point of residual gravity maximum " 1 1 " . 5 mgal with a N E - SW trend and the steeper gradient to the SW. It suggests a closed structure. Seismic survey: Reflection. A complexly faulted local structure on a reflection horizon by drilling proved to be the top of the Precambrian metamorphic gneiss. Previous core drill results: Eg N o . 1-4 confirmed uplift with a relief of 400' (ca.
Flyvbjerg N o . 1 is placed structurally higher than Borglum N o . 1, probably the two wells test the same feature. Objective: Test of the Lower Cretaceous-Jurassic-Rhaetic sequence for oil and gas accumulation. 5 km. 2 km. N W of Jerslev village. 365'W of Copenhagen Observatory. Drilling: Spudded June 14, 1958; completed July 5, 1958. 1 m. 4 m. Stratigraphy, main lithology and paleontology: 0 - 145 m. Pleistocene. Sand, gravel, marine clay, and glacial drift. (Sand, grus, marint ler og istidsdannelser).